NEW YORK, April 10 - Silicon Genetics of Redwood City, Calif., has released version 2.3 of its GeNet gene expression data storage database, the company said Tuesday. 

GeNet 2.3 works with Silicon Genetics’ recently released GeneSpring 4.0 gene expression analysis software and allows individual researchers to share and store experimental results in an organization’s intranet. 

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